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Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, Part XIII.2 Subjects from History: The Decius Mus Series By Reinhold Baumstark and Guy Delmarcel Rubens’s Decius Mus Cycle is in many ways a first. It provides the earliest example of work for the medium of tapestry, and so illustrates the artist’s approach to the challenges presented by a narrative sequence…

HARVEY MILLER Overview Catalogue: 2010-2020

Celebrating 20 years Harvey Miller Publishers as a Brepols imprint of authority and quality for books on the history of art and culture, this new catalogue gives an overview of all Harvey Miller titles published over the past decade (2010-2020). It covers different domains ranging from Painting, Art Theory, History of Collecting & Cultural Studies,…

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RENAISSANCE ILLUMINATORS IN PARIS Artists & Artisans 1500-1715 By Richard and Mary Rouse The commercial manuscript book-trade in Paris, that had begun as early as the mid-12th century, was severely disrupted by the arrival of the first printing presses in Paris around 1475. This new invention converted a traditional system of book production that had…

Genevieve Warwick on Alexandra Hoare’s forthcoming books on Salvator Rosa

A contribution by Prof. Genevieve Warwick History of Art, University of Edinburgh Alexandra Hoare’s book is an impressive piece of scholarship that, together with her translation of Rosa’s letters and extensive illustrations of his work, will be a standard reference text for any further research on this important artist. Hoare deftly unpacks the distinctive manner…